Fursungi and Uruli Devachi excluded from PMC limits; State Government issues order about new limits of PMC
MUMBAI : NpNews24 Online – Pune PMC News | The villages of Fursungi and Uruli Devachi have been excluded from the limits of the Pune Municipal Corporation. An official order was issued on Friday by Deputy Secretary Aniruddh Jevlikar. (Pune PMC News)
Fursungi: Survey number 193, 192 P, 194, 195 P, Area excluding garbage depot and gaothan and entire area of revenue village Uruli Devachi: SN 30, 31 and 32 P Area excluding garbage depot and entire area of revenue village Revised limits of PMC North: Limits of revenue villages of Kalas, Dhanori and Lohegaon North east: Limits of revenue villages of Lohegaon and Wagholi East: Limits of revenue villages of Manjari Budruk, Shewalewadi, Hadapsar and limits of the garbage depot of Fursungi South east: Limits of revenue villages of Mohammadwadi, Holkarwadi, Autade Handewadi and limits of the garbage depot in Uruli Devachi South: Limits of revenue villages of Dhayri, Vadachivadi, Yevlevadi, Kolewadi, Bhilarewadi South west: Limits of revenue villages on the west Nanded, Khadakwasla, Nandoshi, Sanasnagar, Kopre West: Limits of revenue villages of Kondhve Dhadve, Bavdhan Budruk and Khurd, Mhalunge and Sus West- north: Limits of revenue villages of Baner and Balewadi and old limits of PMC When Devendra Fadnavis was CM, in 2017, 11 villages were included in PMC limits. The villages included Devachi Uruli and Fursungi. However, after the recent change of guard in the state, CM Shinde decided to exclude these two villages from PMC limits. A delegation led by Vijay Shivtare had appealed to the CM to exclude the two villages from PMC limits because the civic body was not providing any facilities and imposing huge amount of property tax. Hence, a decision was taken to exclude these villages.
The way for setting up a municipal council for Fursungi and Uruli Devachi is clear. Some villagers had demanded that a separate municipal council should be set up.
A suggestion was made that the PMC should send a proposal to the state government demanding exclusion of these villages except the area of the garbage depot. The PMC sent a proposal but the state government had not issued an order. However, on the last of the financial year, the state government has issued an order excluding these two villages from PMC and setting up a municipal council for them.
The Administrator of the PMC, Vikram Kumar said, “The state government has decided to exclude these two villages from PMC limits. The garbage depot will remain in PMC limits. No decision has been taken about the TP scheme. We are going to make a demand that the schemes should remain with PMC. The employees of the villages had been absorbed by the civic body. A decision on the issue will be taken by the state government.”
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